Sanyo CE37LD81-B 37 Inch HD Ready LCD - Was £500.00 Now £350.00 @ Asda Direct - HotUKDeals
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Fantastically cheap price for 37", can't see this lower than £620+ elsewhere. Free collection to store or £4.95 postage.

The Sanyo 37 inch digital LCD TV is a widescreen, HD Ready TV with Bass Xpander technology and electronic programme guide. The TV is wall-mountable and supplied with a pedestal stand.

Full Specification:
Colour Black
Model Number CE37LD81-B 37" ID
Screen Size (inch) 37
Screen Size (cm) 94
Widescreen Yes
Integrated Digital (Freeview) Yes
HD Ready Yes
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Contrast Ratio 800:01:00
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes
Audio Enhancement Technology Bass Xpander
Electronic Programme Guide Yes
Teletext Teletext
Wall Mountable Yes
Stand Supplied Yes
Weight 20 kg
Number of HDMI Sockets 2
Number of Scart Sockets 2
Component Video In Socket Yes
S-Video In Socket Yes
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years) 1
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1
Headphone Socket Yes
Remote Control Yes
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#1
Heat added - looks like a great price for a 37" LCD...

Just read the review on techradar.com - not a v flattering review but i think this is a bargain at the price.

Just be warned the contrast ratio seems low and other sites indicate a 9ms response time, which seems a bit slow ?
#2
goldengun
Heat added - looks like a great price for a 37" LCD...

Just read the review on techradar.com - not a v flattering review but i think this is a bargain at the price.

Just be warned the contrast ratio seems low and other sites indicate a 9ms response time, which seems a bit slow ?


9ms is not slow.

:|
#3
l33t-krew
9ms is not slow.

:|


haha, nope as long as what i think is right , ms = milliseconds??
#4
What country does Sanyo originate from? :thinking:
#5
hot_top;5235828
What country does Sanyo originate from? :thinking:

Up until January this year it was Sanyo, Lowestoft UK. No Tv's are now made in the UK whatsoever. :oops:
#6
This is heading for the top 5 IMO - absolutely scorching hot.
#7
This seems a great price for a 37" so heat added.

Seems expensive at original price of £500 though does anyone agree? You can get 37" full HD Toshibas for that sort of money unless Sanyo has a great reputation has it?
#8
its a bit of an ugly looking thing though isn't it :whistling:
#9
Johnboy_1975
This is heading for the top 5 IMO - absolutely scorching hot.


Not even boiling point yet! :thinking:
#10
Note sure about this one, bit ugly. The TR review suggest this is 1080p unless I am reading it wrong.
#11
I have ordered one-will be here in 2 days-£4.95 delivery NOTE the "pick up from store option only available at

Carcroft
Lincoln
Lincoln Living
Hemel Hempstead
Milton Keynes

So.... if you want one "up north"-its delivery only I'm afraid!
#12
'tis very ugly, but a good price for a 37", for some reason they seem to be very rarely reduced :thinking:
#13
JMC39
Note sure about this one, bit ugly. The TR review suggest this is 1080p unless I am reading it wrong.


1080i only
Hot from me though.

I have the 32" and it is excellent for the money. Lucky enough to pick it up for £280 over a year ago.
#14
Quidco 2.5% ... makes it £341
#15
why isnt this scorching?
#16
keloid;5248119
why isnt this scorching?


Probably because its Sanyo. Not the best make in the world...but by no means the worst.

I guess people generally associate Sanyo with the slightly cheaper end of the market (at least I always have). I've nothing against them, and have bought Sanyo tv's in the past because they represent decent value, but if I was going to be buying a set as my main tv, then I'd be looking at Sony, Samsung and Panasonic (or the top end Toshiba and LG tvs)...or if money was no problem, Pioneer.

If someone just wanted a tv for some HD gaming though, then I would say this is a great deal.

Thats my tuppence worth anyway.
#17
Well the price is really good so I just ordered one.

If I dont like it, I'll just return it to my local Asda.

Certainly would help if there were more reviews on this on the net though
#18
I have just returned my 37" Vistron I bought from ebuyer for £335 delivered.(think it's now £350) as the sound was terrible.
Needed a replacement ,this looks good it also has two scart sockets and hopefully better sound than the Vistron , I am not really fussy so this should be fine.
Heat added.
#19
Anyone got one of these yet? What's it like?
#20
J_B
Anyone got one of these yet? What's it like?

The only way we will know if this is hot or not
#21
You get what you pay for...
#22
This is an old TV - Dimensions: 652x953x125mm (hxwxd). Which is a bit thick compared to more modern ones. Plus only two HDMI inputs. I'd give it a miss.
#23
LCDs are crap

at least buy a plasma if u want a flat screen

have some dignity
#24
jhw
This is an old TV - Dimensions: 652x953x125mm (hxwxd). Which is a bit thick compared to more modern ones. .



WTF ???

a bit thick ???

i think the people buying these are a bit thick........... look at the awfull image quality

all lcds are rubbish, thats a FACT
#25
Heat added, seems a good telly for the price, I went for the Toshiba 37XV555DB, a 1080p 37" TV, but it was one of the last of the old models and the newer ones are more expensive (I paid around £460).
#26
I've clicked [COLOR="Red"]expired[/COLOR] now as it shows out of stock when you click the deal link - gutted as I recommended it to a work mate earlier.

Heat given though, and thanks to OP.
#27
mine is comin today.

will let you know what its like tonight
#28
right got the TV.

its absolutely stunning. Delighted with the product.

The picture quality is superb. Standard definition looks brill.

Used Xbox via VGA and that looks fab.

The sound is excellent; I have got with the 'low' dynamic sound setting.

Would recommend to anyone. For this money - its a steal
#29
Received mine and quality excellent on certain programmes but less sharp on others. Good value for money but thinking of taking mine back.

Shame as an OK TV for the price but this is for my main TV and not entirely happy with it, although I am no expert.
#30
whats lado on lcds are crap i have a samsund 656 series its pic is awsome....
#31
cats;5261173
LCDs are crap

at least buy a plasma if u want a flat screen

have some dignity



Some very well constructed reasoning there! You've really backed up your point well with some good analysis.
#32
Back in stock
[mod]#33
Unexpired
banned#34
keloid
Well the price is really good so I just ordered one.

If I dont like it, I'll just return it to my local Asda.

Certainly would help if there were more reviews on this on the net though


It is a great price review is good too http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/sanyo-ce37ld81-b-122353/review
#35


I'd take that review with a pinch of salt...look at what it says in the specs on the review:

-------------------------------------
Key specs

1080p/24 Output: Yes |
Flatscreen: Yes |
Freeview: Yes |
HD-Compatible: Yes
------------------------------------------

As far as I was aware, it only does 720p and maybe 1080i....certainly on the specs the OP stated, it is only 1366 x 768

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